An Exposé of The Paradigm of Sexism & Double Standards Against Men In The Gynocentric Socio-Political World
Introduction to Gynocentrism
And Misandry (Sexism Against Men)
I was raised by a first wave feminist and taught about equality and women’s rights growing up. That was decades ago though, back when men and women could get along. Over the last decade I have watched feminism come to dominate the political and social worlds, even the world of social media, the dating world, the sex ed world, and other niche communities, such as the online dating industry, the porn industry, and the Kink/BDSM world, and basically any social community or industry where male/female sexual dynamics are the focus. This has made the social world at large a gynocentric culture which caters to women at the expense of men. Since the third and fourth waves of feminism have emerged (which are more about women winning the battle of the sexes than equality,) there has been a growing trend of women who feel a need to emasculate men and make men feel like less of a man. This is most commonly and done with the phrase we are all too familiar with of “you are not a real man”. We have all heard this phrase used to such an extent that it has become cliché. There is no good reason for it, and they only do this in order to coerce a man to try to behave the way they want, by attaching his sense of identity as a man to the behavior they want him to exhibit, and a break down of said identity to his non-conformity. This is similar to gas lighting and is an incredibly toxic sociopathic thing to do to someone. But women these days seem to love emasculating men because it not only is a great form of ammunition they can use to try to get the man to conform to their wishes, but it makes them feel powerful. This a very dark trait that is ironic because it is most often done by women who have a feminist “girl power” attitude, but yet they are completely ignoring the fact that this is actually an extremely and extraordinarily sexist thing to say to someone. This is so far beyond any form of sexism that feminism has rebelled against.